Paul McCartney Remains in Control while Harry Styles Makes an Appearance. Paul McCartney Remains in Control while Harry Styles Makes an Appearance.
Paul McCartney remains in control while Harry Styles makes an appearance. May 10, 2017 By Tammy Whaley Breaking into the rankings this week is... Paul McCartney Remains in Control while Harry Styles Makes an Appearance.

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Paul McCartney remains in control while Harry Styles makes an appearance.

May 10, 2017 By Tammy Whaley

Breaking into the rankings this week is former One Direction boy band member Harry Styles who recently announced a debut concert tour, ‘Harry Styles: Live on Tour.’ The tour is in the support of the singer’s forthcoming debut album, Harry Styles.

The tour will kick-off In September in San Francisco and will wrap in October in Phoenix. Other cities on the tour roster include: Los Angeles, Nashville, Chicago, New York, Boston, Washington, Toronto, Upper Darby, Atlanta, Irving and Austin.

Also new in the rankings is pop-icon Janet Jackson who landed in the No. 6 position, with her renamed ‘The State of the World tour,’ which is set to resume in September and will wrap in December.  Last year the singer postponed her ‘Unbreakable’ tour and then eventually cancelled the remaining dates for it while she gave birth to her first child.

Her tour kicks-off in September in Lafayette and will wrap in December in Atlanta. Other cities the singer will make a stop in include: Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, North Little Rock, Tulsa, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Anaheim, Fresno, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Reno, Sacramento, Concord, San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Moline, Rosemont, Toledo, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Toronto, Buffalo, Boston, Providence, Manchester, Atlantic City, Bethlehem, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Washington, Baltimore, Newark, Indianapolis, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Cleveland, Lexington, Memphis, Nashville, Birmingham, Sunrise, Jacksonville, Norfolk and Columbia.

Paul McCartney remained in the No. 1 position this week with his ‘On One Tour’ which will bring the iconic singer, song-writer back to North America in July. Some of the dates on the tour will mark the first time the singer has performed in certain cities.

The tour will kick-off this July in Miami and will wrap in October in Detroit. Other cities scheduled include: Tampa, Duluth, Bossier City, Wichita, Des Moines, Omaha, Tinley Park, Newark, New York, Brooklyn, Syracuse and Uniondale.

The rest of the rankings remained stable with Canelo Alvarez vs Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. moving up into the No. 3 position from last week’s No. 2, while Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood grabbed the No. 4 position. Theatre favorite Hamilton moved down into the No. 5 spot from last week’s No. 4 while Ed Sheeran landed in the No. 7 spot down from last week’s No. 6. Hello Dolly! grabbed the No. 8 spot down from last week’s No. 5 while the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus grabbed the No. 9 spot down from last week’s No. 7. Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott & D.R.A.M. rounded out the rankings in the No. 10 spot.

Rimrock Auto Arena Makes its Debut in the Rankings

 

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May 10, 2017 By Tammy Whaley

Coming in the No. 3 position this week is the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark, located in Billings, Montana. The multi-purpose arena has been home to two indoor football League teams and has hosted a variety concert and sporting events.

Upcoming events being hosted at the venue include: Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood, Paul Simon, Jim Gaffigan, Pat Benatar, Neil Giraldo & Melissa Etheridge and Nickleback & Daughtry.

Also new in the rankings this week and landing in the No. 5 position is the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum which is located in Long Island. The multi-purpose arena recently just went through multi-million dollar renovations and hosted Billy Joel in April as its first post-renovation concert.

Upcoming event being held at the arena include: The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Metallica U& Volbeat, Barry Manilow, The Weeknd, Maxwell, Mariachi Sol de Mexico, Eternal Co: The Long Island Comic Con, New Kids On The Block, Paula Abdul & Boys II Men, UFC Fight Night, J. Cole, Cirque du Soleil – Ovo, Roger Waters, Built Ford Tough Series, Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars and the StonyBrook Seawolves vs. Maryland Terrapins.

The rest of the rankings remained stable with T-Mobile arena remaining in the No. 1 position while Madison Square Garden moved up into the No. 2 spot from last week’s No. 3. The Toyota Center – TX landed in the No. 4 spot up from last week’s No. 7 while the Shubert Theatre – NY grabbed the No. 6 position. Wrigley Field remained in the No. 7 spot while The Prudential Center landed in the No. 8 position. The Barclays Center grabbed the 9 spot while Kauffman Stadium rounded out the rankings in the No. 10 spot.

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